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Chinese show character for business

Since 2008, China has been looking very closely at Europe in order to find investment opportunities. The pace really picked up in 2020, when Chinese investments in the continent doubled compared to 2009. The Diplomat - Bucharest found out where Romania stands on the map of Chinese investments from Huo Yuzhen, the ambassador of China to Bucharest. By Magda Purice

September 2012 - From the Print Edition

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The Bank of China has allocated around USD 10 billion of financing to be invested in the CEE region, meaning countries such as Romania or Poland could benefit from massive investments if they can put viable and concrete projects on the table for Chinese investors. The targets are telecommunication, IT&C and technologies in general, as well as energy, education and trade. The Diplomat - Bucharest talked to Huo Yuzhen, the Chinese ambassador to Bucharest, to find out how this money can find the ri...

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